LEPABE is a research unit operating in the fields of Chemical, Environmental and Biological Engineering at the Faculty of Engineering of Porto (FEUP). With a large majority of young researchers, LEPABE is focused on generating scientific knowledge through interdisciplinary research, and on establishing successful university–industry collaborations for effective technology transfer.
Researchers at LEPABE develop solar battery
Faster Helicobacter pylori detection possible thanks to LEPABE scientists
Advanced Cyclone Systems
A LEPABE spin-off company
LEPABE's Biofilm group wins European Project
Posted on May 19th, 2017
LEPABE congratulates the Biofilm Engineering Lab (BEL) for winning a European project under the Interreg Programme with an investment of 230 000 EUR. The project CVMAR+i aims the valorization of the marine biotechnology through specific collaborations between companies and research centers that leads to industrial innovation on the sector.
Polymers special issue on “Graphene-Polymer Composites”
Posted on May, 19th, 2017
Prof. Fernão D. Magalhães is Guest Editor of the special issue on “Graphene-Polymer Composites" to be published on high-impact scientific journal Polymers. The dead line for manuscript submissions is December 5th, 2017.
More information on this special issue can be found here.
PhD Thesis by Artur Pinto on graphene-based materials for biomedical applications
April, 11th, 2017
LEPABE would like to congratulate Dr. Artur PInto for his PhD thesis of the Doctoral Program in Biomedical Engineering, entitled “Advances in graphene-based materials and their composites with focus on biomedical applications” supervised by Prof. Fernão D. Magalhães, defended on April 11th 2017 FEUP.
PhD Thesis by Ana Luísa Gonçalves on Microalgal cultivation for biomass production, carbon dioxide capture and nutrients uptake
May, 19th, 2017
LEPABE would like to congratulate Dr. Ana Luísa Gonçalves for her PhD thesis of the Doctoral Program in Chemical and Biological Engineering, entitled “Microalgal cultivation for biomass production, carbon dioxide capture and nutrients uptake” supervised by Prof. Manuel Simões, defended on April, 7thFEUP.